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Got the radiator cover smoothed, 1 fender finished (just got about another hour left for the other one to be done.), beds off ready to go to the shop. In the pic it's not all the way laid out.


I smoothed out the welds on the Super-C and repainted the frame a high gloss black.

Here's a shot of my setup, Disregard the wires, I had to rerun some of them.

I relocated the gauges to the place where the 4wd buttons go on a 4wd.




Here's a Pic of the Fender Completed

Next is paint, Air Lift Compressor, New Tires up front, and show the biotch
 

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hey I got lucky with this truck, the paint job was free. It was an insurance job and the body shop lost my estimate and he ended up charging me $100 less than what it would've cost me to just have it fixed and put back white. That's where I got most of the money for the bags. I've been busting my ass on it for the last 2 weeks working on it, getting it ready for the show season.
 

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lookin good,
while you have your bed off id take it for a drive and do a burnout. its friggin sweet. i did that when i had my bed off to do my c notch. you can watch where the rearend shifts to, and everything. not to mention it looks cool when the smoke rolls out!!!
keep up the good work.
 

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I love em I can lay out and turn the wheel all the way (until it hits the factory fender lip)on each side or do a full side to side and they still don't rub.
 
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